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Donna Gore Launches Second Book in Grief Diaries Series

AlyBlue Media, publisher of the award-winning anthology series Grief Diaries announced the release of Victim Impact Statement. The anthology features 25 true crime stories and real impact statements read in court by loved ones searching for justice.

Donna R. Gore participated in writing Victim Impact Statement, her second book in the series following Loss by Homicide which was released in 2016. 

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Hype Marketing or Just Hype?

Hype marketing is defined as “unintentional, feverish, uncontrolled, community-driven, and often exaggerated.” Generating feelings and tapping into the emotion of the consumer, hype marketing creates the enthusiasm, urgency, and energy to help a campaign go viral.

It's never too late for social media marketing

Is it Too Late to Establish a Social Media Presence?

When it comes to marketing, individuals and small business owners are faced with a dilemma because there are so many social media channels trying to satisfy their marketing needs. The increase in the number of available traditional and digital marketing channels presents a new question all together, which is, “What marketing strategy should we focus on if we want to produce results?” In only two words, social media. It’s no longer a debatable topic. Social media is by far the world’s most valuable marketing channel simply because it produces tangible and actionable results. And, whether you are an individual or a business, it’s relatively easy to create your message on social media. Even in 2017, some individuals and businesses are reluctant when it comes to establishing a social media presence because they think they are late to the party. Well, you aren’t late to the party at all, there is still a lot of room for you or your company to have a presence on social media. Why? Recently, the CEO of Facebook (the world’s …

Opengate Inc. Autism Awareness

Opengate, Inc. Lights Up Blue for Autism Awareness Month

  Officially April 2 is deemed World Autism Day and across the world it’s celebrated by lighting up blue on buildings, homes, and businesses to bring attention to autism. April is also National Autism Awareness month set aside to educate communities and bring awareness to autism. Promoting and recognizing the complexities of autism, as well as fostering inclusion and acceptance, is a large part of the planned activities at organizations like Opengate who serve many individuals diagnosed with autism. Liz Dama, who works with individuals in our Day Program, has declared “Blue Tuesdays” during the month of April where everyone wears blue in recognition of the national campaign, Light it Up Blue. The accepted symbol for autism awareness is puzzle pieces of many colors representing the complexity of the condition. Each color reveals an enhancement of the nature of autism, as well as the possibilities for a life well lived through proper understanding and awareness. “Interests and talents can turn into careers. Developing and nurturing these unique abilities can make life more fulfilling for a …